An Estes Express company 18-wheeler was making a left turn and enteted my lane, striking my vehicle on the driver's side. I was traveling down Satellite Blvd in Suwanee in the area of the Suwanee Industrial Park. Both the truck driver and myself i...
If the impact happened in your lane of travel, then you have a case. Document your medical treatment and call an attorney.See question
I homeschool we just started back school today I had totally forgotten about being at the courthouse for my first day today I'm gonna be there first thing in the morning people say I'll prob go to jail is that true I've never done this before .
Call the Clerk of Court and ask them what you should do. The court may be done selecting juries for the week, so reporting to an empty courtroom will not help. But the clerk is usually helpful and knows how judges handle these things. At worst, they are still picking juries and they want you to report so that you can be on a panel some other time this week, and the Judge may ask you why you were not there and lecture you.See question
the agreement was i get the camper for cleaning shop out . ive had it 5 mts at my house remodled the whole thing . It was a verble agreement. I come home today and he has come got it cause he changed his mind. Can he do that?
If the camper had a title, and the title was never changed into your name, or if there was no title, then you will have to sue to enforce the agreement. If the title was put in your name, they stole your property and you should call law enforcement.See question
Ex-wife moved away (FAR away) and paid one month of child support for our son. As his father, I'm the custodial parent. Almost 4 years later, she is over $20K behind and I've found out recently that she intends to file bankruptcy on the amount i...
As the others have stated, she cannot discharge or modify the child support obligation. If she files for chapter 7, there is nothing you need to do in terms of her bankruptcy case. However, if she files a chapter 13, she must provide for the payment of the full amount of the arrears in her plan unless there is an existing court order with set payments for the arrears already in place. Therefore, if she files a chapter 13, you need to file a claim in her case for what you are owed, and consider hiring an attorney who practices where she is so that they can monitor and object to her case, if she does not provide to pay the full amount.See question
My ex-husband and I were divorced when my son was around 15 months old. My son is now six years old. Since the divorce, my son's father has only seen him one time, which was at his second birthday. While he does occasionally pay child support, he ...
In order to file for a stepparent adoption without the biological father first having his rights terminated or surrendering them, you must be able to prove no significant contact OR no support at all for a period of one year prior to filing. If you can show this, then the issue of terminating the father's rights in the adoption case becomes one of what is in the child's best interest, which gives you a much better shot at winning when the biological father is not willing to agree. Get a good adoption lawyer and get something filed before he starts demanding visitation to the point where you cannot show the one year of no significant contact.See question
Wife incurred $15,000 in parent plus student loans for her son several years before we were married in Georgia, where we live. He graduated two years ago and they became due, but she has not had meaningful work in several years (ex RN whose licen...
If you did not sign the promissory note, then the student loan cannot come after you directly just because you married her. However, if you transfer property into both of your names, any of her property becomes something that her creditors could seek to lien. For example, if you quitclaim an interest in your house to her, and she is then sued by the student loan creditor, then the lien attaches to her half of the house and you cannot sell it without dealing with the lien. Same goes for joint bank accounts, although there are some hoops you can jump through to avoid a garnishment of what you contributed to the account. Joint tax returns are subject to seizure, but that can be prevented by filing an innocent spouse form with the return. In your case it may be better to avoid the problem altogether by keeping her name off of your property for now and filing married/filing separately on your income tax returns. Finally, if something happened to you and she were to inherit, either by will or operation of law, her creditors could then go after that property once it is put in her name.See question
It was 35m limit I was marked at 57m, I am 18 this is my first ticket and I have court but I have no ideas what to do help please I am clueless?
Although paying the ticket (which is a guilty plea) will not result in enough points to cause a license suspension (unless you have more points on there already), you should be able to get the prosecutor to drop the speed. If this was Barrow County, then they do these in probate court with members of the District Attorney's office on your court date. You put your name on the list and they get to you at some point. Attorney's get to go first, and we usually can walk in and get a reduction done pretty quickly. Same with City Court on Fridays if you were charged by the Winder PD.See question
My employer was served garnishment on july 28 and wanted to know when to expect the garnishment amount to come out of my paychecks. Don't they have to wait for 30 days before they answer but no later than 45?
In addition to the other great responses you have gotten, your employer needs to seek their own legal advice about how to file the answer, and may need an attorney to file it for them. Mistakes in filing or missing the deadline can make the employer responsible for the entire amount of the debt.See question
My ex-husband has been completely absent from my daughters (ages 11 and 12) for two years. My husband has been the father figure to them for 6+ years. We would like to move forward with him adopting them. However, my ex cannot be located (warrant ...
Based on the information you have given, you could file for a step parent adoption on the basis of abandonment, then seek to have the father served at his last known address and via publication. An experienced adoption attorney should be able to get this done for you.See question
I went to Refinance my home but was informed by Title company my Salon is attached to my Home Title and the Bank is not willing to do Subordination. Is this Legal?
The commercial loan wanted to be attached to your house to have extra leverage and collateral, so they are not willing to allow the refinance because they feel that doing so removes some of the equity they are attached to. If you can show them that you are not reducing their equity, or even pay them some equity, they may be willing. If you are getting cash out of the property, then they are unlikely to subordinate unless they get something out of it.See question